A Panel of PDX. Community Leaders, filmed in Portland Oregon on 11.5.13 at The First Unitarian Church. At 41:50 in the video an audience Q/A is opened up and then at 1:02:30 it is an (audio only) clip which is of the Report Back from each break away discussion group from those in attendance. This video is available on the Internet Archive (dot) org to view and | or download here:
The organizing and the introduction of this event is provided by Kate Lore.
Shannon Wight, deputy director of Partnership for Safety and Justice; former investigator and mitigation specialist for public defenders in Portland and New Orleans; coâfounder of the Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana; former policy director for Innocence Project New Orleans
JoAnn A Hardesty (formerly Bowman), state representative (1995â2001); coâfounder and organizer of the Portland Campaign to End the New Jim Crow; former executive director of Oregon Action; host of KBOOâs community radio program âVoices from the Edgeâ.
Kasia Rutledge, attorney with Metropolitan Public Defenders whose work includes the expungement clinic and representing defendants in the START drug court and in civil commitment proceedings; former director of a notâforâprofit housing organization whose clients included people reentering society from prison; former board member for domestic violence and sexual assault resource centers.
Emanuel Price, executive director of SCAFE (Second Chances Are for Everyone), has dedicated his time and energy to help reduce recidivism one person at a time. He will share his personal challenges in overcoming barriers, providing examples of how he has been able to help others who may have similar experiences. See http://scafe.org for further information.
Moderated by Rep. Lew Frederick
Out-Takes (6 min each) from this full video are available on YouTube here: (1) http://youtu.be/XNfdXbsueJA (2) http://youtu.be/10NYwByMthY (3) http://youtu.be/xeMq2jdzALs (4) http://youtu.be/zP2O1YlaPFw (5) http://youtu.be/whKksh9b11Y [one question for the panel]